NOTICE > Due to COVID19, the AT2D Lab is closed. For more information, please visit UArk’s coronavirus website for updates.

Loring is available for assistance with file preparation, problem-solving, and any questions related to the AT2D Lab via email and Skype for Business. You may contact Loring via email at for help or to set up an appointment. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

Welcome to the AT2D Lab!

Located in the Fine Arts Building, UARK’s 2D Advanced Technology Lab (AT2D) is a group studio and classroom that houses computer controlled imaging, printing, and cutting equipment. The lab has toner and inkjet printers capable of printing on paper, fabric, and canvas up to fourty-four inches wide. We also have a dye sublimation printer and heat press as well as a glaze printer for ceramic decals. Seventeen iMac work stations with Adobe CC installed are available for use by students of the School of Art.

Student monitors are available to help with printing and troubleshooting, and the facility is managed by Loring Taoka. AT2D lab is available to students, faculty, and staff of the School of Art for design, coursework, and research projects.

The video to the right is an example of our dye sublimation printer and corresponding ceramic mug heat press!


We can be found on the third floor of the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Building (FNAR) in room 323.


The closest metered parking spots are in the Stadium Drive Parking Garage (SDPG) ajacent to the Arkansas Union Building.  Here’s more info on parking for visitors.